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Guatemala Fishing Reports


2009-03-09
8:37 PM

Guatemala Fishing Report - to March 1st, 2009 - Captain Chris KIWI As mentioned in the last report things were on the change with blue water moving in from the west, though still a little cooler and off-color out wide. Because of this we ran out to the west most days looking for an incoming b more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2009-03-02
1:18 PM

Guatemala Fishing Report - February Wrap-Up - Captain Ron Hamlin Well I don't like to write a report like this, but you have days like this, at least that's what Mom told me. On Feb. 18-19 I was Blue Marlin fishing. There's been as many blues as sails lately. I raised two, one didn't bit more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2009-02-26
12:55 PM

Filed Wednesday, February 25, 2009 - A big body of cooler green water moved into Guatemala and it has been hard work though through it all there has still been some reasonable fishing with plenty of marlin in the mix. Mahi's have been thick and the sails have been finiky though they are more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-12-30
12:25 PM

Guatemala 25-Dec, 2008 Fishing Report - The sailfish fishing here in Guatemala changes after the second week of December. Good numbers have been reported as 20 sails in the spread per boat to 50 bites in the last couple days, fishing an average of 5 or 6 boats per day. I went out aboard more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-12-22
6:59 PM

Catch Report 3/Guatemala - December 2008 - Catch Report 3/Guatemala - December 2008 The fishing has really picked up in the second half of December with some great days on the water with marlin, sailfish and plenty of mahi mahi's and the odd yellowfin tuna for the table. On the 18t more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-12-17
12:25 PM

Guatemala fishing Report Dec 15 - The 2008 2009 season is moving into full swing now and you can expect the action to be hot through next June. The weather is beautiful right now with very comfortable and dry conditions, which will remain through most of April. We welcomed the R more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-12-08
10:05 PM

The Presidential Challenge Guatemala - Fishing Report - Guatemala THE PRESIDENTIAL CHALLENGE OF GUATEMALA November 21-22-23, 2008 - The Presidential Challenge of Guatemala presented by INGUAT historically provides red hot action which produces a close finish. This year we were not to more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-11-24
2:03 PM

Guatemala fishing Report NOV 20 - Fishing Report Guatemala: Nov. 20, 2008 - The season is just getting started but so far we have had some great action. On November 11, we hosted a film crew from The Presnell Sporting Collection. They came down to film a new promotional DVD. Fi more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-11-19
10:23 AM

Guatemala Sportfishing Report - Fishing Report - Guatemala / NOV 5,2008 The season is getting off to a great start. In the past week, most boats have been raising between 12 and 21 sailfish, with one boat releasing 61 sails in 2 days. Most boats are also catching 10 to 15 dorado more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast


2008-10-06
6:05 PM

Guatemala - Where the Fish are ALWAYS Biting! - Sept 18, 2008 Don't come to Guatemala unless you want to catch LOTS of fish. The fish here seem to always be biting - 12 months a year! Just last week I was reminded of this when I took the Rods & Reels team out for a short cruise and BAM, sudd more...
Capt. Chris Van Leeuwen - Pacific Coast

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